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Soap <element maxOccurs="unbounded"> getting overridden

Posted on 2011-09-16
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I have a very complex structure to build via PHP and SOAP. I am using an stdObject to build the complex params and then pass them on to the Soap call. Everything was working fine until I needed to add multiple elements of the same complex type. This is giving me problems as they are being overridden.

Complex Type :-

<element name="numDettagliBonusSaldo" type="byte"/>
<element maxOccurs="unbounded" minOccurs="0" name="dettaglioBonusSaldo" type="tns:DettaglioBonus"/>

where DettaglioBonus is :-

<complexType name="DettaglioBonus">
      <sequence>
            <element name="famigliaGioco" type="byte"/>
            <element name="tipoGioco" type="byte"/>
            <element name="importo" type="int"/>
      </sequence>
</complexType>

The problem is when I first create the complex type using e.g. :-

$complex_type->famigliaGioco = 1;
$complex_type->tipoGioco= 1;
$complex_type->importo= 1;

Then I go to include the complex type to the rest of the elements and the second complex type replaces the first one.

$tmp->dettaglioBonusSaldo = $complex_type;

Could you kindly help? I am really stuck.

Modification of the xsd is not possible as I need to follow a very strict protocol.
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Question by:drinu78
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I found the solution :-

I had to do :-

$tmp->dettaglioBonusSaldo[0] = $complex_type;
$tmp->dettaglioBonusSaldo[1] = $complex_type;
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